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AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement question

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Hello all, I am new to Hackintosh. I have couple of basic questions. Do i need appleintelcpupowermanagement? I have ML installed. There is an error showing this kext-timed out during boot. How much does it affect if its not loaded? Thanks. 

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